The Joker has escaped from Arkham and Batman must once again bring him in - once and for all. Unfortunately for the bat, there is something even more sinister than the Joker waiting in the alley for the dark knight detective..
After the tragic murder of Batman at the hands of his foes, his ward Dick Grayson (AKA: Robin) seeks to avenge the death of his mentor, despite attempts by Superman, Wonder Woman and others to stop him.
Brian C. Bethel,
Deep in the basement of Arkham Asylum, a desperate Psychologist has secretly set up an interview with the mass-murdering Joker. As the Clown Prince of Crime reflects on the key moments of ... See full summary »
Paul Matthew Miller,
The following recordings are for the expressed purpose of medical research and is the sole ownership of Gotham City's Arkham Asylum Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program staff and facilities. ... See full summary »
1938 Driven by different, but nevertheless essential reasons, Eddy, Charles and Sergio decide to break into the huge manor that overhangs the city. Their enterprise soon starts to derail as... See full summary »
When the devil wishes to take a mortal soul, he'll walk the planes of Earth in the guise of a child, for their hearts are pure. But for every soul in danger, God sends a protector, a guardian to watch over them...
Life isn't fair. The Joker escapes from Arkham Asylum. Bruce Wayne puts on his Batman suit, mask, and cape, and goes in pursuit. He's soon found the Joker and begins a fight to subdue the red-eyed, sneering villain. Then, suddenly, things take a surprising turn: the Joker becomes the least of Batman's worries. New enemies appear: it's as if he's found himself in another set of comic books. Can he hold his own? Written by
The film is dedicated to Theodore T. Tams Jr. and Ruth Tams Fuguen, producer Simon Tams's father and sister. They both died in December 2003. Sandy Collora's mother Jo died the following summer. See more »
During the opening credits when Batman is getting dressed, the reporter says "At this time Dr. Harley Quinn Is still missing." Harley Quinn is her villain name, so the reporter should have said "At this time Dr. Harleen Quinzel Is still missing." See more »
[radio reports are heard while Batman is suiting up]
Murder and mayhem in Gotham City; evil mastermind 'The Joker' has once again escaped the Arkham Asylum...
[newscaster is downed out by another voice]
This is Shannon Comb reporting for Arkham Asylum, where the scene can only be described as grim. Two guards brutally beaten, and criminal mastermind 'The Joker' has escaped from his maximum-security cell. At this time Dr. Harley Quinn Is still missing. Police Chief James Gordon could not be ...
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Each actor is credited with a brief clip of their character with the actor's name over it. See more »
Don't expect a crappy little amateur film. "Batman: Dead End" puts some of the superhero movies made these days till shame.
The style and atmosphere is even darker and more sinister then in the 2 Tim Burton Batman movies. You can say that "Batman: Dead End" is a more daring movie. The movie shows how the makers can handle several styles and it's the crew that really deserves credit. Everything works perfect especially the cinematography.
But let's not forget the cast. Clark Bartram is actually a very convincing Batman (Better then Val Kilmer and George Clooney anyway) and Andrew Koenig is the perfect Joker his character is actually much more different then from the original movie in a good way. The character is more sinister and psychotic in a scary way instead of an entertaining. The characters are much more closer then the ones from the comic books.
Sure the story is just beyond silly but that's not the point, the crew really showed how they can handle different moments and styles. This little film is filled with wonderful little moments and is a shear pleasure to watch.
Awesome fights, great make-up, wonderful costumes, excellent directing, great cast, most excellent cinematography and a great and daring atmosphere and style, what is there not to like?
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